AI can smell a whiskey and it’s working on sniffing out disease

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is already being deployed in many settings from driverless cars to smart home devices, and researchers around the World are racing to expand its uses further and further. One German scientist has built AI into a giant plastic nose that gives you a big smile when it works out what it has found. Researcher Horst Hellbrück holds the nose over a glass of Irish whiskey to demonstrate its skills. Seconds later, a green smiley face lights up on the back. The AI in the computer has identified the smell as whiskey, saying it is 99% certain this is what’s in the glass. “We a…

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